Rhinebeck center, Manager mark 10th year of cultivating community theater

Lou Trapani, a man who has immersed himself in theater for most of his life, is quick to speak his opinions. In a nanosecond, he can fire off his point of view: two of the best plays ever written (“Death of a Salesman” and “A Streetcar Named Desire”), best playwrights (Tennessee Williams, Euripides, Shakespeare, Chekhov, Neil Simon ), the play that’s affected him most (“Marat/Sade”), biggest disaster on Broadway (“The Moose Murders,” a play that a friend wrote that closed after the first night – “we were devastated”) and worst play (“there isn’t one – I like all plays.”)

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